Does anyone else here still watch Barney? (or listen to Barney songs?)

<p>I love you, you love me
We're a happy family
With a great big hug and a kiss from me to you
Won't you say you love me too?
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I'm up to 18 mg... Still nothing. I guess I'm going to end up on 60 mg though, so I have a bit of time to wait.

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<p>Oh I see. Lol yeah I wonder if you feel a placebo effect at those doses. I definitely wouldn't be able to tolerate that graduate increases in doses that you're doing.</p>

<p>Ya, I don't feel too much yet in comparison to what my psych said I should feel, understandably so, and I'm almost positive I'm getting a bit of a placebo effect. I'm just wishing the doses went up more quickly but it's better this way apparently. My psych is very much one of he doctors that watches meds very closely and only prescribes the basics to begin with. Meds for depression patience (when I first started he thought I had a minor bi-polar condition. With some 'experiments" we've decided it's just the mood aspect of ADHD.) are changed with the seasons. Less in the summer, more in the winter, because of lack of day light. Not all patience, but it's one of the things he watched. I do mood charts. He's really closely monitoring everything. I just wish I could hit 60 mg.</p>

<p>Mr. Rogers > Barney</p>

<p>I remember when I was four, though, I ran out of a Blockbuster (or Hollywood Video) with a Barney tape in my hands. The alarms went off, and they had to go after me.</p>

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Ya, I don't feel too much yet in comparison to what my psych said I should feel, understandably so, and I'm almost positive I'm getting a bit of a placebo effect. I'm just wishing the doses went up more quickly but it's better this way apparently. My psych is very much one of he doctors that watches meds very closely and only prescribes the basics to begin with. Meds for depression patience (when I first started he thought I had a minor bi-polar condition. With some 'experiments" we've decided it's just the mood aspect of ADHD.) are changed with the seasons. Less in the summer, more in the winter, because of lack of day light. Not all patience, but it's one of the things he watched. I do mood charts. He's really closely monitoring everything. I just wish I could hit 60 mg.

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<p>Oh okay I see. Is there a chance (and fear) that you might not even feel anything helpful with the maximum dose? I know that with the non-stimulant meds, it's not that uncommon for it to happen.</p>

<p>yes InquisitiveOne you’re correct about people in high school watching the show and there would be no more wars and stuff like that and R3d3mpti0n, you do realize we’re talkin’ about a kids show and kids have imagination and stuff in that category, do you even have an imagination at all and a kids show would never had drugs in it or some people who used to watch the show when they were little would have no use for using drugs just to get through watching the show and how do i know because I’m one of them and i don’t do drugs, drink, or smoke at all, however R3d3mpti0n, you’re thinkin’ as if it was an actual dinosaur which it isn’t, it’s a guy dressed up as a purple dinosaur costumes in case you didn’t know that.
To: ThisCouldBeHeaven, if you never watched Barney. how would you know if it was a terrible show or not. try watching it without using in means of hallcuinations(such as drugs,drinkin’(alcohol) or smoking don’t do those if you plan on watchin’ the show. and sing along with the show and see how you feel afterwards. </p>

<p>And to musicallylatin: here’s a question do you think we’ll have negative feelings when we enter heaven or not? yes or no, which we will never have or possibly remember those negative feelings when we enter heaven that is if you believe in the afterlifes, which i of course do believe in heaven and the bad life(which is known as hell) sorry for saying the bad afterlife’s name. and maybe the show doesn’t deal with negative feelings and there is a reason for that you do want kids to enter puberty around age 5 yrs. old because if they experience negative feelings at a young age puberty might begin as soon as a child is born or just a couple of weeks or months after they are born. and kids don’t know how to deal with negative feelings and don’t want to deal with them i know i didn’t and still don’t like the negative feelings and i wish we could get rid of the negative feelings but keep the positives the only negative feeling i would like to keep is crying for mourning only and for remorse if break a law or something like that. other than that have positive feelings all the time and there would be no war, no crime, no evil, we would be kind, peaceful, content and happy, no greed,getting rid of those bad feeling would be could if you could get rid of them without using drugs and using drugs doesn’t get rid of those bad negative feelings it just suppresses them not getting rid of them, i’m talking about getting rid of the negative feelings permanently without any negative consequences in order to achieve that goal. and the first thing you have to do is stop doing those bad things and use your imagination, to be those adult who wrote the review should be forced to watch the show more than once and singalong and dance with the kids on the show, and technically it would be great if the entire world was one-dimensional where everyone is happy and problems would be solved right away and did you know in a city in Idaho, there is a law that forbids people from frowning or you could be put in the slammer for frowning check that out. and i learned that on ripley’s believe it or not. </p>

<p>you’re allright HappyMeal and futurexecutive and chicken1992</p>

<p>To: ThisCouldBeHeaven and musicallylatin: try watching Colby’s Clubhouse as well and give your thoughts on that as well. but only positive remarks no negative remarks</p>

<p>I didn’t like Barney growing up. I liked Arthur. Arthur was the homie. </p>

<p>I was obsessed with barney when I was little. </p>

<p>I can’t believe I just admitted that. Gosh we’re such nerds.</p>

<p>Pshhhh.</p>

<p>Arthur and Mr. Rogers></p>

<p>@TeamRocketGrunt</p>

<p>YAAAAS. Arthur and Mr. Rogers were errrythang.</p>

<p>The Backyardagains was my ish</p>

<p>@preamble1776</p>

<p>IT’S SUCH A GOOD FEELING<br>
TO KNOW YOU’RE ALIVE</p>

<p>@TeamRocketGrunt
Stop oh my God, I am going to cry.</p>

<p>@preamble1776</p>

<p>It’s such a happy feeling, you’re growing inside
And when you wake up ready to say,
“I think I’ll make a snappy new day.”
It’s such a good feeling, a very good feeling,
The feeling you know that I’ll be back
When the day is new
And I’ll have more ideas for you
And you’ll have things you’ll want to talk about</p>

<p>I will too…</p>

<p>;n;</p>

<p>I miss Mr. Rogers, man.</p>

<p>I watched Liberty Kids, Magic School Bus and Zoboomafoo. Anyone know these shows? </p>

<p>Mr. Rodgers was so freaking boring…Just stop.</p>

<p>Magic School bus was pretty good. I watched Zooboomafoo, but never really liked it.
I LOVED CYBERCHASE & ZOOM</p>

<p>@The Atlantic I didn’t like Cyberchase. The chick with the glasses pissed me off 24/7. I loved Zoom, though. I desperately wanted to be on the show. I remember the theme song quite fondly, mostly because it wass just the word Zoom repeated over and over.</p>

<p>Mr. Rogers was intentionally boring, I believe – I remember listening to an interview that Fred Rogers gave where he said he believed that children’s programming shouldn’t be dramatic/action-packed or violent - it should deal with the “real life drama” of childhood, which could be something as simple as someone’s first haircut or learning to play the harmonica. I think I appreciate what Mr. Roger’s taught me more now than I did at the time. I was scared of the puppets that lived near the railroad. I hated that part of the show.</p>

<p>@quidditchcat - Walking into Social Studies in 5th grade, seeing Liberty Kids up on the television screen, knowing that it was going to be a good day. LOL. </p>

<p>Yay! People who actually know what I’m talking about! People at my school are like “what are you smoking. what on earth are those shows?” </p>

<p>Happens to me when I talk about shows from super early childhood that went off the air before the turn of the millennia - like PB&J Otters, the Big Comfy Couch, and Out of the Box. </p>